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As awareness of good ESG spreads through the Japanese private equity industry, GPs need to focus on implementation.
pedestrians walking across with crowded traffic at Shibuya crossing square.Shibuya crossing is the busiest road crossing in the world. Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan,
While no one can predict the future, the Japanese private equity industry remains optimistic it can ride out the coronavirus crisis.
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The Japan special includes: How private equity is growing in the country, a special report on regional banks and how ESG awareness is spreading; plus keynote interviews with J-STAR, NSSK, T Capital Partners and Advantage Partners
Firms must incorporate ESG initiatives at both the corporate level and the investment level, or risk their reputations, says head of ESG Alison Fenton-Willock.
Private equity is failing to find its voice or properly engage with its detractors and the barrage of criticism won’t stop until it does.
We honour specialists across the globe in areas including healthcare, technology, impact and long-term.
Diversity in private equity
The Institutional Limited Partners Association’s private equity diversity and inclusion roadmap is an open-source and online resource for LPs, GPs and industry practitioners.
Anna Foller, sustainability manager at the Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund, talks us through the fund’s response to climate change.
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LPs are becoming more diversity-conscious, but a lack of gender balance in investment teams is rarely a deal-breaker.
Brumadinho in south-eastern Brazil.
The Church of England's deputy director of ethics at its pension board, Stephen Barrie, insists that GPs should have the capacity to analyse, understand and act on ESG data.
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